@zo likely done for the rest of the season. Sadly, the Lakers are keeping me busy this year. @zo suffered a grade 3 ankle sprain, meaning he has a complete tear of the ligament in his ankle, has severe bruising and swelling and severe pain when putting weight on the ankle. Its unlikely that he’ll return to play at the predicted 6 week mark. Grade 3 sprains are closer to an 8-12 week recovery time. Hopefully Lonzo can pull a 2001 Derek Fisher and fuel a championship on his return
Después de 4 días en el hospital.. I'm back!!!
Bueno a medias por que aun me siento super adolorida. Tenía una piedra en el riñon bueno mini piedray no puedo creer que algo tan chiquito me diera el peor dolor que he sentido (no es la primera vez que me pasa pero si excedió por mucho el dolor), me dejara tan cansada y adolorida.
Y lección aprendida TENGO QUE TOMAR MAS AGUA!!!!!
Y pues claro ahorita estoy con antibiotivos y analgesicos que me estan deshaciendo el estómago.
Pero también tengo mis maneras de cuidarme con aceites.
Mi plan es no ingerirlos por que ahorita también seguramente el hígado esta a todo lo que da con las medicinas.
Si tomaré Ningxia por los frutos rojos.
Y de aceites me decidí por estos 3
- Copaiba en el riñón para apoyarlo a su respuesta natural y en el estómago por que parece que estoy embarazada con lapanza quetraigo. - Thieves para subir mis defensas por que en los hospitales todo se pega y lo que menos quiero es eso. - Peace and Calming II por que si aparte del mega dolor si me preocupé demasiado y todavía por que nunca me había sentido asi y lo que mas necesito es estar relajada y descansar para volver a la normalidad pronto!
Si se que hay mas aceites que me pueden apoyar con el riñón pero creo que también es bueno usar lo que sientes que necesitas y creo que ahorita son los que necesito... en fin oily life!!!
So, I just wrote a long, well-worded message thanking all who have reached out and noticed that I was MIA, but it didn’t post and got erased. I’m too impatient to re-write it, so, here’s the cliff notes version...
I had a medical emergency early last week, passed out and my face got too intimate with the corner of a wall. 😣
After a few days in the hospital I’m good as new. Huge shoutout to the #nypd#fdny and #emt who came to my rescue, and even more importantly took care of my kids when I wasn’t able. Thank you to my mom, my #1, my guy, my bro, my sis-in-law, and my amazing friends for all of their help and care. 🌟🙏🏽🌟
#hospitalvacation#getwellsoon#passingout#allisgood#blessed#godisgood#alexajones 🌟 #chillout#stressless
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The picture quality is not the best, but we have the memories that are attached to it. My uncle suffers from Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) which is a lung disease characterized by chronic obstruction of lung airflow that interferes with normal breathing and is not fully reversible. That on top of pneumonia almost took his life on Thursday. I thank God for being able to see him smile and for being able to make him laugh. At 83 years old he is having to cope with life circumstances, but one thing I know is that he is a fighter and he’s not ready to die. #thisweekend#family#fromtbebaytola#roadtrip#qualitytime#getwellsoon#lovehim
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Day 3 of having a gross, snotty nose. 2 drops in the bath, a splash of coconut oil and a cup of Epsom salts.
After the bath I put a drop on their PJ shirts to diffuse right by their little noses all night long.
Aw 💩. Boba hasn't been feeling too good
Chickens get diarrhea just like people do. And since chickens don't eat @tacobell, it's a little harder to diagnose the root cause.
It could be a diet that's too high in protein, or even worms! There are a number of people on the internet (behold the source of all truth) that suggest bacterial changes in chickens could be the culprit. When you change a chicken's diet dramatically (like choosing a new type of feed, which we did recently do) you may be promoting a different type of bacteria to grow in your bird's digestive system. Could that be it?
We keep the coop supplied with fresh tap water every morning, so I'm not so worried that it's dirty water that's the issue here. There food has been dry as can be (considering Seattle's wet ones), the feed stays in a metal container under the @bousecoop's protective roof (remind me to tour you all through the coop in the future, we got lucky to move into a spacious coop for the ladies). Could it be coccidiosis? That's a bacterial infection that causes bloody, wet, poop (yikes). No, that's usually in young birds, (like under 10 weeks). Virus?! Let's hope not. That may require a visit to the veterinarian in the future. But not now.
A main element I've picked up is this: is the bird acting different? And the answer appears to be, "no." So. We shall observe Boba from a distance.
One take away, make sure your bird's aren't eating poop. We started this exploration by picking up poop every day, but that maybe a little aggressive. Then we started picking up poop when we changed the bedding. That may be a little too relaxed. We intend to chase a happy medium. Happy birds, happy farmers.
The last experiment that seemed worth trying is a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar per gallon of water. It ~suuposedly~ tastes good and encourages more drinking, and might supply some electrolytes for the birds. And as we know, that's what you want when you got a case of the poops.